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29th September 2011
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Paul Everett saw a good example of why pensioners cause problems when he was in Kings’ Lynn the other day. “One drove into the entrance to a service area and stopped dead with three cars behind her. Some of them should have realised years ago they should’ve given up driving because they can’t think fast enough. As you get older, the brain slows down.” Harry Brown groaned at the very mention. “Oh dear, we’re talking Volvo, leather gloves, and a trilby hat with a feather in, aren’t we? Go to a supermarket car park. It takes them all their time to put their pound in the trolley, never mind park.”

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